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    Maeve Waite

    24 year old work psychologist, mental health advocate and future dachshund owner. occasional writer, baker and photo taker. posts have been featured on time to change and mental movement magazine, and I sometimes like to write all lower case.
    Washington, DC, USA

    A Day in DC


    DC is one of those places you just have to go to when in the States, it being the capital and all. It didn't disappoint. We were only there for about a day in the end, and so I'd recommend at least a full weekend there as there's so much to do - the Lincoln Memorial, The White House, the World War II Memorial, various different museums, Capitol Hill...the list goes on.

    The city itself is pretty cool; it's got a fairly chilled vibe and seems to be what I think is quite a nice city to live in (politics aside). It's also a short bus ride/car ride to Arlington Cemetery in Virginia, where many war veterans lie buried, as well as JFK and his family. It's an incredible moving place but worth a visit, particularly to the Grave of the Fallen Soldier.

    To get around, there's plenty of options on public transport, or obviously you can walk. My friend and I chose to get on a hop-on-hop-off bus as we had a limited amount of time which wasn't too expensive.

    It's a city with a lot of choice, and something for everyone.














    DC is one of those places you just have to go to when in the States, it being the capital and all. It didn't disappoint. We were only there for about a day in the end, and so I'd recommend at least a full weekend there as there's so much to do - the Lincoln Memorial, The White House, the World War II Memorial, various different museums, Capitol Hill...the list goes on.

    The city itself is pretty cool; it's got a fairly chilled vibe and seems to be what I think is quite a nice city to live in (politics aside). It's also a short bus ride/car ride to Arlington Cemetery in Virginia, where many war veterans lie buried, as well as JFK and his family. It's an incredible moving place but worth a visit, particularly to the Grave of the Fallen Soldier.

    To get around, there's plenty of options on public transport, or obviously you can walk. My friend and I chose to get on a hop-on-hop-off bus as we had a limited amount of time which wasn't too expensive.

    It's a city with a lot of choice, and something for everyone.













    . Thursday, 17 November 2016 .

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